10 Fun Questions to Beat Boredom on Thanksgiving

By
Home Stager with Healthyhappyimpactful.com

With the holidays quickly approaching, we're all looking for ways to connect with our family like never before.

 

So, here are 10 questions that make excellent boredom busters! Pull them out in the month of November or on Thanksgiving Day. Then, enjoy what the entire family says about these options.

 

1. Would you rather eat turkey or Chinese food for Thanksgiving Day?

2. Would you rather watch the parade or a football game on Thanksgiving?

3. Would you rather play a game of touch football or take a nap on Thanksgiving?

4. Would you rather eat chocolate pie or pecan pie?

5. Would you rather do all the cooking or all the cleaning on Thanksgiving Day?

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6. Would you rather have to eat burnt turkey or burnt pie?

7. Would you rather celebrate Thanksgiving with your relatives or with your immediate family?

8. Would you rather it was 10 degrees or 100 degrees on Thanksgiving Day?

9. Would you rather only be able to celebrate your birthday or only be able to celebrate Thanksgiving?

10. Would you rather have to eat turkey dinner every day for a week, or not eat it at all?

There you have it! 10 easy questions to get the ball rolling on your conversation this year. Enjoy the fun and holiday bonding time.

Comments (3)

Bob Ratliff
Robert Ratliff Realty - San Antonio, TX
"Sold with Bob"

Those are very relate-able questions..... I prefer a nap after eating at home, never have had Asian food on a holiday... love pecan pie or pumpkin and hate doing dishes. Funny stuff.....

Nov 03, 2020 12:40 PM
John Pusa
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest - Glendale, CA
Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service

Jennifer Kropf very good list of fun questions to beat boredom on Thanksgiving.

Nov 03, 2020 05:57 PM
Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP - Stevens Point, WI
Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671

Hi Jennifer,  Thanks for sharing these conversation provoking questions.   I could see some lively discussions on some of these questions.

Nov 03, 2020 06:54 PM